The Two-Sevres ( 79 ) (in Poitevin-saintongeais Deùs Sevres ) are a department French, which owes its name with the Nantes Sèvre, the tributary large last of the the Loire, and with the Niort Sèvre, coastal Fleuve which is thrown in the Atlantique with the Anse of the Pivot.
The department was created with the French revolution, the March 4th 1790 pursuant to the law of the December 22nd 1789, starting from part of the province of the Poitou, of some communes of the Angoumois (Pioussay, Hanc and Bouin, resulting from the marquisat of Ruffec), of some communes of the Anjou: Face-Loretz (dependant on the seneschalsy of Saumur), Loublande, Saint-Maurice-the-Fougereuse and Saint-Pierre-of-Échaubrognes the (old parishes of the Mauges angevines) and of communes of the steps of Anjou: Saint-Pierre-with-Field, Cersay and Face-Saint-Paul.
Under the old mode, some parishes concerned at the same time the steps of Anjou and the Poitou: Nickle silver-the Church, Bagneux, Brion-près-Thouet, Genneton, Louzy, Massed, Saint-Leger-with-Montbrun, Saint-Martin-with-Mâcon, Saint-Martin-with-Sanzay, Saint-Cyr-the-Moor, Tourtenay.
See also: History of Two-Sevres
GeographyThe department of Two-Sevres belongs to the Région Poitou-Charentes. It is bordering on the departments of the Vienna, of the Charente, the Charente-Maritime, the the Vendée and Maine-et-Loire.
- Cantons of Two-Sevres
- Intercommunalités of Two-Sevres
- Common of Two-Sevres
- Old communes of Two-Sevres
See also: Geography of Two-Sevres
See also: Climate of Two-Sevres
See also: Economy of Two-Sevres
DemographyThe inhabitants of Two-Sevres are the Deux-Sévriens .
See also: Demography of Two-Sevres
See also: Culture in Two-Sevres
See also: Tourism in Two-Sevres
CompositionThe department of Two-Sevres east made up of several trade unions of Country of which:
- the Country Thouarsais which includes/understands three communities of communes:
Country of the Bressuirais Scrap-metal which includes/understands two communities of communes:
See also: Political of Two-Sevres, List of the deputies of Two-Sevres, List of the senators of Two-Sevres, List of the general advisers of Two-Sevres
Two-Sevres were traditionally marked by a political cleavage between North and the South. While North, area of the woodlands of great landowners Catholic S, is historically rather anchored to right, the South, which knows an important Protestant presence and a strong establishment of the co-operative movement (in particular via mutual , to see Niort), left vote traditionally with (Miss was thus the stronghold of the candidate of the Socialist party, Ségolène Royal, with the presidential elections of 2007).
See also: Administration of Two-Sevres, List of the prefects of Two-Sevres
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